The Lamar Consolidated ISD board of trustees elected new officers for the 2020-21 school year.
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Getting back to the way things were may still be a long way off. So Rosenberg city officials are creating a new normal — at least for the time being.
Rosenberg Parks and Recreation Director Darren McCarthy wants to make sure that the city parks are up to date.
Lamar Consolidated ISD plans to have virtual instruction for summer school programs beginning in July.
A Fort Bend County task force will test an estimated 1,000 residents and employees in nursing homes countywide for COVID-19 — and complete the…
Well, it’s official. The city of Rosenberg will hold its next election in November.
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- City to apply for disaster relief grant
- Ex-LCHS coach pleads guilty to improper relationship
- County allocates $134M in CARE Act funding
- No COVID-19 deaths in Fort Bend County reported in last seven days
- Rosenberg council plans to meet back in council chambers next week
- Rosenberg extends disaster declaration till June
- County allocates $134 million in federal emergency funds
- Holy Rosary students, staff come together for teacher appreciation drive-thru
- Holy rosary holds teacher appreciation drive-thru
- Heads up
- Richmond hires new police chief
- City to honor veterans online
- DPS Reminds Texans to Properly Secure Children during Child Safety Seat Technician Month
- Council to consider $1.7 million contract
- Rosenberg RR Museum reopens this Saturday
- State asks county to help prevent COVID-19 deaths at Richmond State Supported School
- Fort Bend County tax offices now reopened
- Travis graduation ceremony moved to June 6 at Hall Stadium
- George continues to woo Tesla to come to Fort Bend
- Kolkhorst says she’s alarmed over ‘aggressive’ property tax appraisals
- Development corporation moves forward with RDC building
- Downtown parking lot closer to completion
- Development corporation approves investment policy changes
- Sales, unemployment up in Rosenberg
Richmond city leaders are reaching out to local businesses to find out how they are dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic, and what the city can …
Another person has died as a result of catching COVID-19, Fort Bend County health authorities reported Thursday morning.
Fort Bend County health authorities are certain a second and even third wave of the deadly coronavirus will come this fall and perhaps the fol…
Fort Bend County officials are asking more residents to test for COVID-19, even though more testing means more confirmed cases of the deadly virus.
Fort Bend County Judge KP George joined in with others in the Houston area to ask the Texas Supreme Court to change its mind about letting the…
Forty-nine new cases of coronavirus were reported in Fort Bend County this weekend, but no cases were reported early Monday. It is the first t…
Fort Bend County is looking to form its own COVID-19 testing strike team looking to stop the spread of the virus in area nursing homes.
Despite the COVID-19 pandemic, the three candidates for the U.S. House District 22 race are each dishing out attacks and receiving them.
Gyms and health club facilities in Richmond will be allowed to reopen to 25% occupancy on Monday, city officials have announced.
Fort Bend County is going through a hiring freeze, but two county commissioners argued for more hires to go through.
Fort Bend County is on a federal watchlist of counties where COVID-19 cases continue to rise sharply, according to an unreleased White House r…
In order to help divide and disperse over $134 million in federal emergency funds, the Fort Bend County Commissioners Court will hold a worksh…
HOUSTON (AP) — Texas will begin widespread coronavirus testing in state prisons where at least 30 people have died, officials announced Tuesda…
Fort Bend County health officials are reporting that the county has seen its 40th death due to the novel coronavirus.
State Rep. Gary Gates will hold a distribution drive for the local community on Friday to help those dealing with the novel coronavirus.
Two more Fort Bend County people have died from complications of COVID-19, bringing the total number of deaths to 38 countywide, health author…
When George Ranch High School senior Princess Reed woke up on Thursday morning, she thought it was going to be just another day in quarantine.…
The battle against COVID-19 has not been an easy one. So far, over 80,000 Americans have lost their lives to this virus, and over a million wo…
As students in the Pecan Grove area wind down a crazy end to the school year, there are several questions around when – and how – the beginnin…